Where is the 2020 World Cup

Full coverage of the 2020 Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park, featuring top contenders, entries, results, news, odds, picks, past performances, and more.

Race date: Jan. 25, 2020
Gulfstream Park

Grade 1, $3 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational

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Distance: 1 1/8 miles

Grade 1, $1 million Pegasus World Cup Turf Invitational

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Distance: 1 3 /16 miles, turf

2020 Pegasus World Cup - Top Stories

Inside Information a fitting victory for McGaughey and Pink Sands

Trainer Shug McGaughey won Shirley Jones at Gulfstream Park on three occasions. But he had not even started a horse in the seven-furlong fixture for fillies and mares since it was re-named the Inside Information in 2009 in honor of the great Hall of Fame mare he trained to six Grade 1 victories, including the 1995 Breeders’ Cup Distaff. Read More

Mike Welsch

Hersh: Picks for Pegasus World Cup, Pegasus World Cup Turf

Oaklawn springs back to life this week with a fine Saturday card, and after considerable stakes action across the nation Saturday, the Houston Ladies Classic and undercard races come Sunday at Sam Houston Race Park. Obviously, the hub of the racing world this weekend is Gulfstream Park, which hosts the first raceday medication-free Pegasus World Cup Invitational, so let’s start there. Read More

Marcus Hersh

Miller hoping for better luck on Pegasus card

Peter Miller had high hopes of winning a couple of stakes on the Pegasus World Cup undercard last year at Gulfstream Park, but he never got the chance. Miller scratched Stormy Liberal, Painting Corners, and Surrender Now from their respective turf sprints when heavy rain forced them to a soupy main track. Read More

Marty McGee

Maker, Pletcher running the barn on Pegasus Day

There is no shortage of quality turf horses in trainer Mike Maker’s barn these days, and a good many of them will be participating in the two most important grass races on Saturday’s card, the $1 million Pegasus Turf Invitational and the Grade 3, $200,000 W.L. McKnight. Read More

Mike Welsch

Omaha Beach in routine gallop

As the Gulfstream racing office continues to gauge horsemen’s interest in the Jan. 25 Pegasus World Cup, likely favorite Omaha Beach was sent through a routine gallop here Friday with trainer Richard Mandella watching. Read More

Marty McGee

Omaha Beach feeling good enough for a jog

Trainer Richard Mandella was all smiles back at the barn after watching Omaha Beach return to the track for a routine jog shortly after 9:30 a.m. on Thursaday. Omaha Beach is scheduled to make the final start of his career in the $3 million Pegasus World Cup on Jan. 25. Read More

Mike Welsch

Omaha Beach, Maximum Security top list of Pegasus World Cup invitees

Maximum Security and Omaha Beach top a list of 17 horses that have been invited to the $3 million Pegasus World Cup on Jan. 25. Maximum Security, the favorite to be named the 3-year-old Eclipse Award winner in 2019, is not expected to compete in the fourth running of the World Cup, being pointed instead for the $20 million Saudi Cup. Omaha Beach is already on the grounds at Gulfstream Park and preparing for his career finale in the World Cup. Read More

Mike Welsch

2020 Pegasus World Cup - Race Entries | Odds | Free PPs

Get Pegasus World Cup 2020 entries, live odds, past performances, and expert picks to bet on the races.

2020 Pegasus World Cup Probables

PostHorse/DRF OddsTrainer/Jockey

1True Timber10-1Kiaran McLaughlin/Joe BravoOwner: Calumet FarmSire:Mineshaft

2Tax9-2Danny Gargan/Jose OrtizOwner: R.A. Hill Stable and Reeves ThoroughbredsSire: Arch

3Diamond Oops6-1Patrick Biancone/Julien LeparouxOwner: Diamond 100 Racing Club, LLC, Amy E. Dunne, D P Racing LLC, and Patrick BianconeSire:Lookin At Lucky

4Seeking the Soul30-1Dallas Stewart/John VelazquezOwner: Charles FipkeSire: Perfect Soul

5Omaha BeachSCRRichard Mandella/Mike SmithOwner: Fox Hill Farms Inc.Sire: War Front

6Higher Power5-2John Sadler/Flavien PratOwner: Hronis Racing LLCSire:Medaglia d'Oro

7War Story15-1Elizabeth L. Dobles/Joel RosarioOwner: Imaginary Stables and Glenn EllisSire: Northern Afleet

8Mr Freeze10-1Dale Romans/Luis SaezOwner: Jim Bakke and Gerald IsbisterSire:Bernardini

9Spun to RunSCRJuan Guerrero/Javier CastellanoOwner: Robert P. DonaldsonSire:Hard Spun

10Mucho Gusto3-1Bob Baffert/Irad Ortiz Jr.Owner: Michael Lund PetersenSire: Mucho Macho Man

11Tenfold50-1Steve Asmussen/Tyler GaffalioneOwner: Winchell Thoroughbreds LLCSire:Curlin

12Bodexpress12-1Gustavo Delgado/Emisael JaramilloOwner: Top Racing, LLC, Global Thoroughbred and GDS Racing StableSire:Bodemeister

2020 Pegasus World Cup - Race Results

2020 Pegasus World Cup results and race chart.

2019 Pegasus World Cup winners

2018 Pegasus World Cup winners

2017 Pegasus World Cup winners

Pegasus World Cup | Past winners

Year

Winner

Trainer

Jockey

Owner

2019

Trainer:

Michael W. McCarthy

Jockey:

Javier Castellano

Owner:

Mr. & Mrs. William K. Warren Jr.

2018

Trainer:

Steve M. Asmussen

Owner:

Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC and Three Chimneys Farm

Where to watch the 2020 Pegasus World Cup?

The Pegasus World Cup and Pegaus World Cup Turf will be televised live on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, as part of a broadcast from 4:30-6 p.m. Eastern on NBC.

Wager at bets.drf.com. 

 

Gun Runner goes out on top with decisive win in Pegasus

As Gun Runner walked over to the paddock prior to the $16.3 million Pegasus World Cup on Saturday at Gulfstream Park, trainer Steve Asmussen walked right alongside the 2017 Horse of the Year, his eyes beginning to water while biting his bottom lip.

 

Arrogate dominates Pegasus World Cup

Just after Arrogate came over to the paddock at Gulfstream Park on Thursday afternoon for a schooling session for the Pegasus World Cup on Saturday, trainer Bob Baffert spoke briefly with jockey Mike Smith. As they parted, Baffert called to Smith, “Just don’t [mess] it up.”